Currently we have about 25 chickens so we always have plenty of eggs for most of the year. Generally we have more than we can eat (egg salad, pound cake, eggs for breakfast, or use up so we just have a surplus of eggs. Yes, I could sell the eggs but living near my tiny community has so many people who already have their own chickens, there just ins't a real market for them here. I give some to family members and friends and then I just freeze the rest so I will have eggs for use in the winter when our chickens are not really laying as many.
Here is how I freeze eggs on the homestead:
I freeze eggs individually, for the most part, so I can take out however many I need at the moment. I purchased a sinilicone muffin mold to freeze my eggs in but before I had it, I just used a regular metal muffin tin. Both ways work but the metal muffin tin does take a bit of work to get the eggs out.
All you have to do is break one egg into each space of the muffin tin/mold. Place the muffin tin on a sheet pan and place them in the freezer. After about 3-4 hours, remove the muffin/tin and "pop" the frozen eggs out. If using a metal tin, just turn the the tin upside down and bounce/bang the tin against a hard surface or run some warm water over the back and then they should release pretty easily. If that thaws the eggs a bit, it is okay. They will refreeze soon enough.